Welcome to Falmouth, a town and popular holiday destination situated in Cornwall, South West England. It is one of the largest ports in the county, as well as being an excellent place to enjoy an Afternoon Tea in Falmouth.
Whatever your reason for visiting this idyllic location, be sure to find time for an assortment of indulgent treats and snacks. After all, what is a fun day out without a cuppa and cake?
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The history of Falmouth arguably began when Henry VIII built Pendennis Castle to defend Carrick Roads in 1540. However, it wasn’t until 1613 that Sir John Killigrew officially founded the town. In 1805, news of Britain’s victory at the Battle of Trafalgar first arrived in Falmouth before spreading across the country.
It later became a launching point for the raid on Saint-Nazaire during World War II, as well as being a base for US troops preparing for D-Day.
Much of the town’s maritime activity has diminished significantly since its heyday. However, it remains a thriving tourist attraction.
As such, there are several Afternoon Tea Falmouth Tearooms dotted across the area – all of which are well worth visiting on your next trip here.